Camping and Lodging
Bureau of Land Management Campgrounds
BLM district office 541-416-6700
-Along the Deschutes River in Maupin there are campgrounds run by the BLM. They are fee campsites and are first come, first serve. Their website has a map of all campgrounds along the 100 miles of the lower Deschutes. No potable water. Outhouses, group sites available. No RV hook-ups.
Maupin City Park
In the middle of town, Maupin City Park offers tent and RV sites with hook-ups. They take reservations. Potable water, flush toilets, coin operated showers, garbage, river access. Reservations in July and August are suggested.
Oasis Riverview Campground
Grassy tent sites and RV spaces. They take reservations. Potable water, outhouses, garbage. Reservations in July and August are suggested.
Camping Near Warm Springs or Trout Creek Boat Launches
Mecca Flat is a BLM run campground one mile downstream of the Warm Springs boat launch. Trout Creek is a BLM run campground. Both are fee sites, first come, first serve, and have boat launches.
White Salmon/Columbia Gorge Camping & Lodging
Timberlake Campground and RV Park
Clackamas River/ Portland Area Camping & Lodging
Large campground, potable water, restrooms and showers, electric cooking facilities, picnic areas. Reservations during the peak season is suggested.
Potable water, restrooms and showers, some RV sites, groups sites, and picnic areas.
Downtown Portland has lots of lodging options and is only 45 minutes from the Clackamas River. The town of Estacada is on the Clackamas River, and also has places to stay. Hotels.com
is a good resource if you are looking for a hotel in the area.